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Saint and Angela
** Saint Angela Merici
On 1993 in Berlin a sculpture " Saint Sebastian " was created by sculptor Angela Laich.
Krüdener, Saint Catherine of Siena, Angela of Foligno, Marie Alacoque, Catherine Emmerich, and Therese Neumann, some of whom developed stigmata.
Saint, Angela Merici was born at Desenzano del Garda, a small town on the southwestern shore of Lake Garda in Lombardy.
People admired Saint Angela because of her hair, she promised herself to God and did not want to be admired so she dyed her hair in soot and water.
In life, Saint Angela Merici often prayed at the tombs of the Brescian martyrs at the Church of St Afra in Brescia.
Saint Angela Merici was not included in the 1570 Tridentine Calendar of Pope Pius V, because she was not canonized until 1807.
In 1955 Pope Pius XII assigned this date to the new feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen, and moved the feast of Saint Angela to 1 June.
The Ursulines ( in full: Ursulines of the Roman Union ) are a Roman Catholic religious institute for women founded at Brescia, Italy, by Saint Angela de Merici in November 1535, primarily for the education of girls and the care of the sick and needy.
* 1535 November 25 marks founding of the Company of Saint Ursula by St. Angela Merici with 28 companions
( Formally the Saint Angela Merci elementary school )
* Saint Angela Merici

Saint and was
`` Blessed Saint Nicholas, I thank thee for getting me out of that mess and sending me up instead of down when I was bewildered.
During the decade that followed, the common man, as that piece put it, grew uncomfortable as the Voice of God and fled from behind Saint Woodrow ( Wilson ) only to learn from Science, to his shocked relief that after all there was no God he had to speak for and that he was just an animal anyhow -- that there was a chemical formula for him, and that too much couldn't be expected of him.
I'm sending you a couple of customers -- yeah -- just get them out of my hair and keep them out -- I don't give a damn what you tell them -- only don't believe a word they say -- they're out to make trouble for me and it is up to you to stop them -- I don't care how -- and one more thing -- Cate's Cafe closed at eleven like always last night and Rose and Clarence Corsi left for Quebec yesterday -- some shrine or other -- I think it was called Saint Simon's -- yeah, yesterday.
In the following year he became provisional Principal of the Theological College of Saint Thomas ( from which he had just graduated ), and in 1903 his appointment was made permanent.
Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose ( c. 330 – 4 April 397 ), was an archbishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of the 4th century.
He was made Abbot of Saint Martin's at Tours in 796, where he remained until his death.
Her sister Hedwig of Andechs married Henry I, duke of Silesia and was canonized as Saint Hedwig in 1267.
This was part of Ealdred's promotion of the cult of Saint John, who had only been canonized in 1037.
File: Vilnius. Sv. Onos baznycia. Saint Ann's church2. jpg | Gothic St. Anne's Church in Vilnius was constructed on his initiative in 1495-1500.
Alexander Alexandrovich Romanov was born on 10 March 1845 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, the second son of Emperor Alexander II of Russia and his wife Maria Alexandrovna ( Marie of Hesse ).
In that year he was the senior layman present at the examination of the remains of Saint Cuthbert at Durham prior to their re-interment.
His mother's chaplain and hagiographer Thurgot was named Bishop of Saint Andrews ( or Cell Rígmonaid ) in 1107, presumably by Alexander's order.
He certainly corresponded with Elias III, the Patriarch of Jerusalem, and possibly sent a mission to India in honour of Saint Thomas the Apostle, whose tomb was believed to lie in that country.
The story that he himself in his childhood was sent to Ireland to be healed by Saint Modwenna, though mythical, may show Alfred's interest in that island.
Tradition relates that in 814, the body of Saint James the Greater was discovered in Compostela and that Alfonso was the first pilgrim to that famous medieval ( and modern ) shrine.
In the late sixth century, Ayios Ioannis Eleimonas ( Saint John the Charitable ), protector of the Knights of St. John, was born in Amathus.
One of the nuns in this group was Saint Catharine Fieschi Adorno, who died on September 14, 1510.
Andrew, who was now with Saint Louis, interpreted David's message to the King, a real or pretended offer of alliance from the Mongol general Eljigidei, and a proposal of a joint attack upon the Islamic powers of Syria.
Amalric died of dysentery ( allegedly brought on by " a surfeit of white mullet ") or even poisoned at Saint Jean d ' Acre on 1 April 1205, just after his son Amalric and four days before his wife, and was buried at Saint Sophia, Nicosia.
In the Japanese anime Saint Seiya the character, Shun, represents the Andromeda constellation using chains as his main weapons, reminiscent of Andromeda being chained before she was saved by Perseus.
Saint Adalbert, Czech: ;, ( c. 956 – April 23, 997 ), Czech Roman Catholic saint, a Bishop of Prague and a missionary, was martyred in his efforts to convert the Baltic Prussians.

Saint and beatified
Saint Rose, beatified by Clement IX, was the first American saint.
In 1900 were beatified 64 Martyrs, from whose 54 the inmates ; only Society of Saint Dominic gave 26 Martyrs.
In the chapel, Ghirlandaio painted six scenes from the life of Saint Francis, including Saint Francis obtaining from Pope Honorius the Approval of the Rules of His Order, the saint's Death and Obsequies and a Resuscitation by the interposition of the beatified Francis of a child of the Spini family, who had died as a result of a fall from a window.
Ilya is beatified as a minor Saint of the Orthodox Church.
In 1634 he was beatified by the Congregation of Rites, but was often referred to as Saint Bernardo even before his canonization in 2009.
Saint Eugene de Mazenod ( August 1, 1782-May 21, 1861 ) born Charles Joseph Eugene de Mazenod and more commonly known as Eugene de Mazenod, was a French Catholic clergyman, beatified on 19 October 1975 by Pope Paul VI, and canonized on 3 December 1995 by Pope John Paul II.
This village was the birthplace of the most recent saint of the Melkite Church, Blessed Miriam Bawardy, a Discalced Carmelite mystic of the nineteenth century responsible for the Carmel of Saint David's Tower in Bethlehem who was beatified by Pope John-Paul II on November 13, 1983.
De Capillas was beatified by Pope Saint Pius X, May 2, 1909, along with 14 Chinese laypeople who had also died as martyrs.
On September 19, 1996, Pope John-Paul II made a papal trip to Saint-Laurent-sur-Sèvre to meditate and pray on the adjacent tombs of Saint Louis de Montfort and Blessed Marie Louise Trichet, whom he beatified himself.
The first Saint Fulk ( there were three ) was a pilgrim who was beatified for his selfless assistance of plague victims even when this was a risk to himself.
Chavara was beatified, along with Saint Alphonsa of the Immaculate Conception, F. C. C., on February 8, 1986, by Pope John Paul II, in the course of a papal visit to India.
Her status remains as " Venerable " ( i. e., not " Blessed " as in someone who is " beatified ," or " Saint ," as in someone who has been canonized ).
It was one of the few beatification ceremonies held outside the Vatican and in the blessed's own land ( traditionally it is celebrated in Saint Peter Square in Rome ); it was the first beatification of a South American aborigine ; Blessed Ceferino was beatified by Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, a Salesian of Don Bosco and Vatican Secretary of State.

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